By The Associated Press, Associated Press
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday (times in EDT):
1. DEBATE SURROUNDS ANNUAL $60M COST OF 9/11 MEMORIAL
NYC mayor says the price is necessary for security and other requirements; some say it adds up to unneeded grandeur.
2. NO ELECTED OFFICIALS ON GROUND ZERO PROGRAM
"I think the idea that it's even controversial that politicians wouldn't be speaking is really rather remarkable," says Debra Burlingame, whose brother piloted one hijacked plane.
3. WHY CHICAGO TEACHER STRIKE IS ESPECIALLY NOTABLE
With labor unions losing ground across the U.S., the implications will be wide.
4. SOMALIA GETS NEW PRESIDENT, NEW START
The impoverished country hasn't had a functioning government since 1991, when warlords overthrew a dictator and chaos took hold.
5. HOW SYRIAN REBELS GET HELP IN ALEPPO FIGHT
AP's Paul Schemm describes how some residents funnel food and supplies to the front, and provide safe haven in their homes.
6. MURRAY ENDS BRITAIN'S 76-YEAR GRAND SLAM WAIT
He wins the U.S. open in five sets over defending champion Novak Djokovic of Serbia.
7. WHO'S GEARING UP TONIGHT FOR A BIG STORM
Tropical Storm Leslie is expected to make landfall Tuesday in Newfoundland, and may become a hurricane.
8. STUDY: ACUPUNCTURE CAN EASE ACHES
The needle therapy has become more mainstream — the military has used it to help treat pain from war wounds.
9. WHERE ANGELINA JOLIE IS VISITING
On Tuesday she'll be with displaced Syrians at a tent camp in Jordan, in her role as the U.N. refugee agency's special envoy.
10. NICKI MINAJ SAYS HER RAP WASN'T ROMNEY ENDORSEMENT
Via Twitter, she thanks Obama for understanding "my creative humor and sarcasm."
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